This week in black history

February 1996
Jet;2/12/96, Vol. 89 Issue 13, p19
Looks back at people, places, and events that have made a significant impact in black history. Death of J. Herman Banning, the first black aviator to be licensed by the Department of Commerce; Blacks' protest action against taxation without representation in Dartmouth, Massachusetts; Release of from prison of South African political prisoner Nelson Mandela.


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